Two Kinds of Perfection

Charles Spurgeon
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Perfection in the scriptural use of it is not at all what those make of it who boast of perfection in the flesh. A child is perfect when it is newly born: there is every toe on the tiny foot, and its eyes, and ears, and nose, and other organs are all there. But if you tell me that a child is a perfect…
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